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JOHN B. XVUIT,
Attorney at lw.
OrriGK t At resldenos on ntreel, I
IsiniiV ishisslnn A w "'f .
OMm, S-iallsrtlaa, BtU&la, Oomw Twalitit B treat sua.. Whtftaa Uk-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1876.
'At Itan 1ftTl.tt.TUl OfSe. fairs, UUnnW
: ; 1 1 i ' '
-r . OJ3 VZZZD S
Fresh, Pure and Natural, as famished by Old Mother Earth FOB
TUB HEALING OF THE NATIONS. Obtained Direct I
from thoi? Sources and Kept on Ioe by f
.T Til I
SIGN OF THE
BETE3ESDA MEIERfll MTER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Cltlm to be a specific in all csm of Iiiabetet, Inflaination oC the Kidney, loflumation
of the Neck ol the Bladder aud L'retlies, lollaroation of tbe Bladder, Drop.y, Oouty
rtwelllnre, Stoppage of l-'rina, Alwumenurln, Bopy or Cloudy Crlne, Brick Hunt In
jmcit: Thick, Morbid. Bilious and Dark Appearing I'riiiB, with Bone Dust Hcposit ;
Burning 8env Inn with Sharp Pains when voidim' crine; HeninrriiKft of the Kidneys,
Pain in the Kidneys ami Lioo, Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Calculus, and Female
There In no remedial aireot kn-.wn to man tt-t can euro the foreing dpseases an
effectually ax Bethe la Water. Ibis fi't b ben dinoii-tiated wherever the water
ha been aed according to direction'; which ran he bad a the General AtreotV by sp-
filh atlon to them. The water i sweet and pleasant to the taste. It nn be drank at all
lours. Why tiioutd any one snfTer wh'Je t!r. water 1 o evily obtained T
X1T IMt. HAWLF.Y HKAril, ot "! Broadway, Xew York, gives the following list
of recent cure, within bis practice :
Continuation of curei by PC I II f-I'KINO WATKit, afier the patient have been
proonuncd bevond rebel though Ciey are no? a tithe of those daily received :
Af TH ARINli DIABKrfcrf Itov. Thoini I'eorofe, Sea Cliff and Brooklyn ; Morris
Wrawn. IVnn Van; Major Burt, Mr. Batbtr, Mrs. Onion, Ktutk rhook ; Mr. Saunders,
Bitlfi I1TS HI.5EAPE J. . O-iUld, Ilu ltOB ; Mrt. .lu Van Cott Caleb Morjran,
Mr. liarneN, Mount ernoti; W. W. re jr. Mnt? hint; 5 Mr Alderman. Mr. Hall, Mr.
Wilcox, New York ; Ir. i. W, Heal, Mr !'. rniif. Mis. JUroz, Mr. .Janioi, Brooklyn.
1 M BATION OK THE BLADDER K. Colfax, BurT-lo; T. .1. Cox, New York.
AVht urcon-OcntrAl Wolcolt and otbtr ro ucnt Medical Men fay about the
M ilw ack KC'Janu try 1, 1.3.
I am gratified t tiD.l ibat tbe opinion riven by mc, over two yeara ao, on the
me liclual pr .piiiltet of the Bi-theala Wat'-r. has been fully u-taiued and continued by
it use. in vat number ard variety of tv, Invohini? the urinary organ. In many
nay la m't of auch ca, I do not hilate to aay that It i v;ly superior to any
ether remedy known to the prnf-itioi). K. B. Wol.COTT. M. I.
We fullv eoncur in the a'iove : O. P. Wo'eott, M. I; i. K. fiamer, M. !., Diubete ;
H. e:owkl, M. U ; J. M. Allen. M. D.
IlliK T.irk MVr, In IN tTi'rarutt? arrt, i derl4 T.ic, niureiic. Alteratirt and Aptrient,
p.irl'yir r and tnricklna bH(K. and r.nuU:ing every accreiing organ at ihe economy.
)r K ihtn I'etrr. llw Jiniiuikhed nur' u" . ., .
Saline aad ulphur wal.vl.re qit frequrM, COW t'ir.Xhrelf . in aut b'.ue lillliw Uati Uil among
all the Siirtrgi ol litniR!, - n at a ta.a
remaikL.., io roaoy rtp u, ibmt of the luwcr Ume
eh mm oe mim,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The w.iler of the Excelnior Spr.ru ii invaluable, removinj; and preventing, t y iet
aperient and alterative eltect-. the ineiilnt forma of dicaxe.
It U hiithly reooinmnded bv thrt moi-t unliieiit physii iaiit, and U used with great
necea in the treatment of Dvapcpin. Constipation of the Bowela, Atlectiona ot the
Liver an I Kldnev. Kever., Siroliila, Cuttncoil 1 iea-c, Et. It i a'-o an excellent
romedy lor the lI"Bdjr-tie. aud a pleaatit and healthful beverage.
Mineral wiii-n frrTien'y prrnl meilUiial virfurt. In iheir use, which cannot b accountt-l o hg
ytoy.iU i of iti inyrcticiu l.rch are thowu by aDa'yi.
AH of the above Waters for a ale on drautcht in Bottlea, by tha Gallon in
Jura or Ke(re, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BEOS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, HI.
GILES, BRO.& CO.
NOS. 266 & 263 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE AUK SPECIAL Al.KNTS FOIt
AM H AVE A HLL STOCK OF
AMI AN LNILiS
LaJi."' rme(i'ld Wulche-,
Onl'l 0u-r ( liuini,
Uold -Ne. kl Il lllH,
(silver Ve-it t huiui,
Nut I'll ka,
tiuld Xootn rieaa,
Uold Watch Kc) ,
C.ral ew and UinK.
Te; S, ,
Offtce and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
-f mm nLlilnif I'lIIlA t lf .:L,.i.T.l t-u at
il,e Thn rt. Price. U our Motto.
Epi tali Li
SOCIETY. OFTNE YORK.
On the Savings Bank Plan for. Your Own Benefit;
Or M1TK or ENDOWMENT FOE YOUBSELT AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR I
ir.iit,n, ia iicniirKr.
by nip Uialiea.
( up. and Unlilctd,
I "rail et,
Opera Ulaaaca, AtO
r rotublUhmeut aud examine our Good."
I TO" T XX 33
..$ 4.516,012 42.
...29,030 087 70.
THE INDIANA OUTLOOK.
Frsbable r.lTert mt Jenerl If nrrloH's
(From the New York World, Aurii.I M.)
Oovernor Hcridilcks Bjicut yesterday
morning very quietly In his room t the
New York Hotel, and in the afternoou,
with Mrs. Hendricks, drove through the
park. After dinner he received a num
ber ot vhitors, Including Colonel Wm.
II. Pel ton, Abram S. Hewitt, Mr. and
Mrs. HeSilva and others. At 8 o'clock
his party went to the Filth Arciine Xhea
ter to see "liundreary" for the first
time. Gov. Hendricks will remain in the
city until to-morrow afternoon, when he
will no to Philadelphia, and, after re
inainiug In that city for a day or two,
will proceed immediately to Indianapolis
where executive duties demand hU at
tention. He is in excellent health and
spirits, and is confident as to tha success
ful Issue ol the campaign, although lie de
clines to talk at .length upon politic; 1
afI.irluliH own tate further than to
express his conviction that Mr. Williams,
the democratic candiilnte for governor,
w ill be elected.
Mr, W10. II. HcDdefson, an i 11 '.i mate
Irleiid and relation ot Governor Hen
dricks, and a prominent citizen of In
dianapolis, ia with him at the hotel and
accompanied him on his homeward jour
ney. In conversation with a World re
porter, yesterday, Mr. Henderson Jaid
that the selection ot General liarricon a;
Republican candidate lor Governor of
Indiana, vice Orth, withdrawn, would
make but little difference as affecting
Democratic prospects in Indiana.
Genend Harrison, he said, while
a man of thoroughly upright character
and unimpeachable record, U not at all
popular with the people?. IIU manner is
cold and loihi Iding, aud he is utterly
destitute of any ot thoe magnetic qual
ities which either Inspire enthusiasm in
a political ,-anvai8 or attract to the
candidate the warm support ol It lends.
On the contrary, Mr. Williams Blue
jeans Williams is a plain unaffected man,
hut all the country districts rally to Ids
support with very . unusual enthusiasm.
He will obtain the almoat
unaniious support ot the In
diana Grangers a very pow
erful organization iu the state and will
thus secure several thousand Republican
votes. . He has been in public lite as well
as conducting his farm with great gue
ss for a numwr 01 years, aim ins
strongly marked and honest, albeit
lotncly face, is very lamlliar to the peo
ple throughout the ttate. There is not a
flaw in his record, and he commands at
once the respect and esteem of all who
know him. He will he elected by a
majority of probably ten thousand in Oc
tober, and the state will go by an even
larger majority lor Tilden and Hendricks
1 1 the lollowing mouth.
JAMES P. SMITH St CO..
7a. Indtnaiav A venae, rhieae III.
Ice for hale by liie ear load, packed inirood
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vatinul Walk BoiUiat;, np-itairi.
7h OldsatEsUbllshsd Asrancy la Boat
ra IlUnots, rpraB.ttn.T otiv
165 000 000
CO A I
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
PEYTON A CANNEL
Order for Coal by tha oar-load
',,00, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attenaea to.
nTa lartte consumers and al
manufacturers, we are prepared
to auoDlv any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT COAX COXfalY.
rf Hal! Ilay BfO.'soBec, No 7 Ohio tares.
-Ualfidy Uro.'a wnaifboat.
rVAl avsltiaa Ullla, or
fAt thV toad Dump, foot ef Tautr-lbtk
jrjppoit Omc Drawer, am.
roKTT TRAJM UTXmKW. TMK rTILM
DR. C. M9LANES
roa tmb ctaa or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
LiVSIKI'SlA AND SICK MLADA'.UE.
Symjrtoms of a Diseased Liver.
IAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
bure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
. it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory.accompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant. 1 The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exerc ise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon tip fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, lias shown the Livr.R to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M Last's Liver Pills,
in cases of Af.L E a xi Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can lie u-cd. nrcDaratorv
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disca.se to give them A
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simtde purgative, thev are un-
BEWARK OP IMITATIONS.-
The genuine Dr. C. Lane's
Liver Fills are never sugar coated.
Kvery lox has a red wax seal on
thehd, with the impression Dr.
M. Lane's Livcr Fills. ;
The genuiw Mfljaxr'it Liver
Piixs bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fi lming Bros, on the
v- Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Ijk. C Lane s Liver Fills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To thuie wishing lo give Pa. C. MVI-AHa't
I.ivbr Fills a trial, we will mail ctot Daid to anv
part nf tbe United States, unc box ot i'UU for
ti.L.MiAU tiKUS., rituburgh, fa.
rTi!iiiiet in ttie United
Statni, Canada, aud Eu
rope; term, us low a.
'ihoccol auy other relut
Ible hrnise. Correstion
deuce in v ted in the Eng
lish and foreira ancmapes. wttn Inventor, At-
toriirv. at law, and other Soltciitort, etpeciall
w til 'tuiMte vhn have bad their ease rejected in
tbe band ol other attorney.. In rejected cawa
our fuea are reasonable, and no charge ia mad
unltt-s we are ucei)iiu.
w a If you want a pat-
examination at the patent onVe, and It we think
It iMkteiibililB, will aeud Ton vaiwr. ami aavn,
and prosecute your case. Our lee will ba io or
dmurv rase.. &,
Ural or written in maura
n in matters
l'aluol Law aud
1 1 TMLV.ltBi
pptt. Ex-Commlsaioner of Patents.
tJleviland. Ohio i O. II. Kelley, Esq., Pec'T
National i.rauje. Loul.ville, Ky . ; Coinmodor
Dan'l Ammcn. U. a. N.. WaliinRlon. U. li.
r-.-cnil stamp for our '-tjuiue lor ouuiin-
lnx l'ateata," a book of aopnge..
Addreaa : Loula BiMCKer A Co., Solid
tor. ol I'atenU, W.sUintflou, U. C.
Dear Old "Yankee Doodle."
It tinaa In the hearts at Ihe aeealsl Our bovl
Us whittled It, sur (iris hats tan and played it
Mir sturdy at.n have starched le it, and now as bait
1 in picture a or ana ana matieri. product.) er an,
If . Bt. Willard. The erlginaf adorns Htmerial
UH. at Phliadsiphla, aad Is dally admired hy theus
tads. Ths copy Is a tins chrome, and keuie aseri
hs walls ol s.r American home.
II aot found wttn your nctur dealer, tend you
rtsrteth publisher, .
... F CleveUne-,0
SIZE-18 by 24 Inches.
PRICE-By mall.3.00j mauntsd radv lor traaa
rsortaiet til QauUtr, XaproTH til ttuality
Lincoln Butter Powder
Uaeei freali Baiter ll lata Tear Rao at
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
i.ttinntn Butter Powder le an entirely
bannlen article made Irom a celebrated
Eujlish recipe, and now iu dally use by
inauy of the most noted farmer, in the
1, uttr oiintits around l'biladeli h!a.
la hot weather this l owiu r iua.es tinner
atuoh Uruier and sweeter than it tiauallj is,
and keeps it frouituruiug laneld. It also
removes the strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weed. fru stalkK, tot 'on seed, etc.; aud
tbe iucreased yield ol butter much '"ore
than pays lb. irin.ng ex peats 01 ustn, 11
S3 trait Par Faeaag.
Wholisali Dekit: loaalarket HU,
This Kreat Intcrnatlotial Exbibltion, df
alned to commemorate the one hundredth
annivemarr of Amerlean Isdependenee,
opened May lOtb, and will dons November
luta. I87d. All the nation ol the world
and all the Mates and territories of Ihe L'n
ion are participating lo Hum woudnrful de
monatralioD. brioKiog togotlier Hie most
comprehensive collection ot art treasure.,
mechanical inventions, sclcntiflc discover
eries, manufacturing achievement, miner
al Bpcelmonx, and agricultural products
erf r exhibited. The grounds devoted ta
the exhibition srs situated on the Hoe of
tbe rennylvit)isIUitroad and embrace 4V
acres of F alrmount Park, ail highly Im
proved and ornamented, on waich are
erected tbe largest building ever construc
ted fivo of theae covering ao area of fitly
acres and coating S.'t.nco.OOO. The total
number of building erected for tbe pur
pose" of the exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the tlilrt days Immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol peoplo visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GSEAT TRTTKK LINK
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Ts the mo, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Kxhibition from all "ectlons of the
country. Its train too and from Philadel
phia will pans tliroullh a grand Centounial
depot, which the company lias erected at
tbe main entrance to tbe Kxhibition
grounds lor the accommodation of p;oten
Kers who wl h to atop at or atare from the
hiirucroui bri(e hotels contiguous to this
fetation auc ttie Exhibition a convenience
ol tbe greatest value to vlsitorn, aud atl'ord
cd i xciUMfvtly by the I'ennaylvrtiis II sail
road, which i tbe only line running direct
to the ('entennial buildings. Kvourslon
trains will tihotop at the Encampment of
he fatmna of llunuaudry, at Li 111 SUtlou
The Pennsylvania Railrortd is the praud
est railway organization in tbe world, it
controls ae'ven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night rara are
run from Chicago, ft. Louta, l.oulsville.cio
rinnatl, Indianapolis. Coluinhua, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie witbou change.
lt main line is laid wlte double and third
track ol heavy eteel rail upon deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and iu brid:ha ate
ab of iron or ttone. its passenger trln
are equipped with every koorvn improve
ment for comfort and s dety, aud are run at
faster speed for greater distance tbvn the
trains of any line on the continent. Tbe
company na largely increased it equip
ment tor Cedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to biild in its own hop, at short
notice aurUeient to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
aources at the command of thtj company
ol the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patron during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The mapnitioent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so lastly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perfect
roadway an ever-chantTinp panorama of
river mountain and landscape views une
qualed in America.
Tbe eating stations on this line are tin
eurpatHed. Meals will be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed lor eu-
fci.-ursion ttcliets, lreliit'jJ-t'atai?jsll
be sold at all the rrlnclpnl railroad ticket
oraces in tnc West, liortnwcta ami rouin-
Be sure that your tickets read via the
Great l'ennaylvauia route to tha Centen
FBANK THOMSON, D. 51. BOYD, Jr..
lien. Manager. ueu. rasa r Agt
St. Charles Hotel,
nm mm to suit tbe tikes
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor $3 .00 For Cay
Spoolal Rates by Weak or Month.
A limited number of Trv desirable t'tiruity
room, can be necurtsi at reasonable rales lor th
'I he St. Charles ia the largest and best appoint
ed House In Southern Illinois, and is the lending.
hotel In Cairo. NotwtlbstHixliiiR Ihe "lieu
ltock" rwluclion in prices, Ihe table will, a.
uual, be liticntlly aupplied w ith the very beat
of every tbinK Utat can be found in market.
Fine lurtre wunnle rooms for commercial trav
elers, on urounJ Boor, tree of charge.
tJ-A 11 baKKaseol guania couveyeu 10 aau iruu
the hotel without charge.
JtWETIWILfOX A CO.,
(HOW PA SHINE)
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
II v the uic of which every family may sive
their Linen thatbrilli.nl iolUh peculiar to line
laundry work. Bavin time sun lauor in irom
inv, more than its entiie coot. Warranted.
Sold By Druggist! and Orsetrs Ersrywbers
ASK KOK DOHMNS'.
DOBBINS, BEOS. St 00., 13 K. 4th St,
6-it-tl A w-?ni . Philadelphia.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is f lie rand Old
Which has stood tbe test of 40
Years. ... , .
There is no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it willnotUurj.no
Ache, no jVuiu, tiiat Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other JDomestio animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A bottle costing 25 o., 60o. or SI
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Bestored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Ev.nsv.ll6, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Padueah, 8hawneetown, Evans
Tille, LouiaviUe, Cinoinnati
and all iray landings.
The cleirant side-wheel steamer
Waltbb B. I'i!uot'!.. ,.Male
WUl lcate Cairo every W EDNESDAY at 6
o'clock i. ro.
1 he fleet steamer
Ko. 1 IIOUA
It -T r . ...
Leaves Cairo every SATCflDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with flrt-claa steamers for ht. liuis, Mcut
phi.andNew Orleui, sndjit Evan.vilte with
Ihe K.AC. R. It. for all points North and East,
aadwiththe IxmUsvUIb alail S learner luaJI
points on the Cpper Ohio, Riving tlirniiKh re
ceipts on freiKlit and passengers to all points
tor urther Information apply to
SOL. HLVKK, I'Mwuavr Agent.
J. M. 1'H 11,1 HS, 'Alfrnta.
Orlo O. J. UUAMMKft,
.iiuierintrndent aud tineral Kreiuht Arf.-nt,
li-3-iW-lv. Kvansvllle Indians.
1AINT AID Oll.a.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Variiislics,
sVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, the cerebrated illuniiuallnf
Corner KleTenth Street and Washing
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
JoBbinK PrnnaPtlr Dona.
To whom Pensions are
I" ATJJ.tjwaSd while U tbe line
aad &itor of duty, either by av4dnt or
othenrlaa, should have a pension. Tbe lose et
a anaar entitle yon ton pension. A rantare.
so matter now alfrht, rives yon a peaalon,
Ta loss ef a toe afvse yon a peaalon. .
Tbe loss of an ere gives yon a pension.
wWaH aowfsawina PenJtwjMwS
United Btatssaalm Aceat, lKnawarousJ;a
ajOf-Oa all letters mark P. O. Box ikmMtt
. raw ma 1 ia.i mm rot a. a"'
The latest, great?!, and mos reliable
remedy ever put toother by medical srieuce,
for lUieuniati.ni, Wouuda, HwellingH, Hums,
aked llreaait, Ac., 1 the Ceutaur Liniment.
There are two kinds. What ths W bite Linunrut
is for the human family, tit. Yellow Centaur
Liutinent is for spavined, lame and strained
hornes aud auiumls. may'owlut
(hlldreii fry for Oaalorlit. It i. a
pleasaut to take as honey, and i. almultitely
uariule... It is sure to extiel Worms, cure wind
colic, repmlate the bowel, ami stonnch, and
evernoin irriutbiiilr cutsd by ra.h or cuttiun
teeth. It is a perfect substitute for aslor Oil,
and lor (Jo.tivenert. ia young or oil there is
uolliuiK iu eiLUtcucvsoeffcctite and reliable.
VISSCHEB Si n ALL'S
Warrnaled eunl laaay solaata In the
market, aatel far auprrir la Can.
renlratetl Lya far all ptiriiaara
lor which It la ward.
1'ut up in on. iound metal cans, convenient
for one In tain: lie fur maiiBK liard and aotl
suapt, aud tur cleaniUK purpo-u geiwrally . Hi
iwlion. for liutkiug aoup, etc., accoiuiiauiug
Col cleauiua" tyM, presms, inat'liiiiery , iiuinU,
iolteslng water, waahin .ink. sud (rtilt tree,
in ths .prUitf, it is uita(Uultl lor evcelleuc. aad
eouveiiiencr of iackaite. t or sale by tiroccr.
and iMiifrslxti everywliere.
Vissrkrr A Haifa laaeetielda aad
Iti.lulerlMMt fawater i. inyalualil. for Uie
destruction of the otstobui(, cotton worm.Kraas-
hopper., laU. law, rose n , luaeeta, uia ver
niiu of all kinds, it i. hariules to men and
animals, and far rae.per Uiaa I'ari. snaru I or
Uie deatrucuon of vvi'iuia . It is also iuvalua
b e a. a fliaeufectaut. irnrifv ills' the air ia liOHbi-
Uls aud sick rouais, aad dsatroy lag lbs odor of
nun, veir.. .Miuirv, nti ruiiil ia uuv puttua
cans. For sale by DrtuirtaU and tiruori
evary where VISsCHMiA UALL.
alauufacturers, tat Wall bt., .r Yoib
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies of th ,
Republican party, and refuse to be tram
melled . the dictation ot any clique In the
It be.tevea that tbe Republican party has
ulfllled tta mieaion, and that the Demo,
.ratio party as now organized should to re
stored to power.
It believes tbe Radical tyranny that be
tor several years oppressed the South
ihould be overthrown and tbe people of tbe
southern States permitted to control then
It believes that railroad corporation
ihould be prohibited by legislative enact
menu from extorting and unjustly dsscri ru
inating in their business transactiens with
It recognizee tbe equality 0 be
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce tariff tor
it advocates resumption ot specie pay
ment, and boneit payment of the public
It advocates economy in ths almloUtra
tion ol public aflalrs
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